Thegchen Phodrang Guest house
Thegchen Phodrang Guest house, Phobjikha Valley, Bhutan
Thegchen Phrodrang Guest House is located in Gangtey, in the Phobjikha valley, close to Gangtey monastery. There are 13 rooms in total and all have attached bathrooms. All rooms are wooden panelled and have a traditional bukhari (wood burning stove) for heating.
Food is served in the dining area and this is a mix of Bhutanese, Chinese and Indian, tempered to western tastes.
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